Elsa Gidlow And The First Openly Lesbian Volume Of Poetry

Elsa Gidlow And The First Openly Lesbian Volume Of Poetry

poet and freelance journalist, Elsa Gidlow was born in England in 1898, Gidlow’s family immigrated to Quebec, Canada when she was just a young girl, and subsequently moved to Montreal when she was 15.

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A Teaching Moment

Is it our responsibility to teach other kids that it's perfectly normal to have two moms?

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Megan Rapinoe, Brittney Griner Among Record 38 LGBT Athletes Headed To Rio

Which lesbian athletes are you looking forward to watching in the 2016 Summer Olympics?

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A Collection Of LGBTQ History

The LGBTQ archive is online and waiting to be explored.

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Paul Gazzolo

You Can Explore New LGBTQ History Archives Online

The new 'Archives of Human Sexuality and Identity' - which span decades and languages - are available online and waiting to be explored.

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WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw

Bravery Beyond The Basketball Court

Former WNBA star Chamique Holdsclaw opens up about her struggles with mental illness in a new documentary.

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Billie Holiday: Profile Of A Legendary Musician

Profile Of A Legendary Musician, Billie Holiday

Holiday's legendary jazz music defines a generation.

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Comedian Lea Delaria

A Love Story: Butch Comedian Lea Delaria Is A Triple Threat

Delaria was the first openly gay comic to break through the late night talk show barrier.

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Abby Wambach: Moving Forward

The star athlete's memoir is more than a book, it's a window into her soul.

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DOT Wilkinsen

Dot Wilkinson, Softball Legend

Wilkinson is widely considered to be the best softball catcher of all time.

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